Linda Genteel "The Piano Princess" Liberace was quoted in 1986 as saying: "Linda plays as beautifully as she looks!" Liberace Protégé. Performed with Liberace on his shows at Radio City Music Hall Performed at The White House for President and Mrs. Reagan. Longest running Act at The Golden Nugget in Las Vegas Awarded "Community Key Award" by Kiwanis Club of Atlantic City Awarded "Best Act" two years running in Atlantic City April / May 1997. Completed record breaking "Piano Concert Tour" of China. Linda started playing the piano at the age of nine and received her acting training at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Linda has had experience on stage, movies, television, commercials and in print. But music has always been her first priority and love. Linda learnt her lesson well from her mentor, the "Master Showman" Liberace, with whom she toured for two years. In her fans opinions, Linda's talent and presentation rivals that of Liberace. This young woman's piano artistry is phenomenal. In addition to her music and speaking the universal language of "love" through her kindness, actions and her radiant smile. She is an animal lover, and is quite involved in animal rights issues with PETA, The Humane society, and many others. She frequently gives concerts to raise money, and awareness to the suffering of animals around the world For more information on these activities, please check out her web site at http://www.pianoprincess.com. She has performed on numerous talk shows both in the U.S. and in Europe, including "The Pat Sajak Show", "The Merv Griffin Show", "Jay Leno", etc. One of her greatest honors was to be invited to perform with Liberace at Radio City Music Hall at his record-breaking engagement. But the greatest thrill of her life was the invitation from The White House to perform in honor of The President of The United States, Ronald Reagan, at The White House Photographer's Annual Dinner in 1985. Linda also performs in schools across the country with her anti-drug campaign, "Get High On Music, Not Drugs". Instead of subjecting the youth to negative anti-drug lectures and movies to which they have seemingly built an immunity, she entertains and uses the piano artistry and humor, encouraging positive substitution. Linda encourages positive self-esteem.